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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of de-escalate.

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Examples

  • "Even if the Greek situation de-escalates, we don't expect the M&A market to rebound strongly in the short term," said Wilhelm Schulz , head of European M&A for Citigroup Inc.

    Deals Declining as Worries Weigh

  • This amount de-escalates reduces by $500,000 for each year that Vick does not make the Super Bowl, bringing the number down potentially to $48 million, or an even $16 million APY over the first three years.

    Andrew Brandt: Vick's Vault: Inside the Deal

  • "Even if the Greek situation de-escalates, we don't expect the M&A market to rebound strongly in the short term," said Wilhelm Schulz , head of European M&A for Citigroup Inc.

    Europe Leads M&A Revival

  • Or might Turkey's new policies present an opportunity for a new alignment that addresses and de-escalates the conflicts of the broader Middle East?

    Robert Naiman: Reset: Stephen Kinzer's Vision of a New U.S. Relationship with Turkey and Iran

  • "Whether America escalates or de-escalates this conflict, we will reply in kind," Osama bin Laden said in 2002.

    Talking to the Enemy

  • Still, the verdict -- which arrived on the third day of court deliberations -- considerably de-escalates months of political tensions.

    Turkey Averts Crisis as Court

  • The CPA in return is to take steps to reduce visible policing at strike sites "as and when intimidation and violence de-escalates," the CPA said in a statement on Monday.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Turkey's new policies present an opportunity for a new alignment that addresses and de-escalates the conflicts of the broader Middle East?

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  • The Pretender seems too stupid to know what to do, so he "de-escalates" by doing nothing. posted on 04 / 11 / 2009 5: 55: 50 AM PDT

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  • These union members also argued that UTLA's announcement of a TA de-escalates the struggle at a moment when the fight of our lives is just beginning over the layoffs and budget cuts.

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